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friends try to get them involved in a great picture. >> this is from steve smith. brooklyn and alexis, they are practicing the ho, ho, hos. tweet us the card and photos and e-mail them to us as well. a lot of the time people can photoshop and take a bunch of them and easy to put the card and you can do that. >>> and thanks again, guys. "fox and friends" starts now. >> gretchen: good morning everybody. today is thursday. i am gretchen carlson and thanks for sharing your time today. brand new information on the newtown killer's final days what was he plan where was his mom in the final days? >> steve: meanwhile the fiscal cliff is bigger, not only with your taxes go up. you might not get a tax refund check even if you are owed money. >> brian: lawmakers will not let that fiscal cliff get in the way of movie night. did the break, did they watch here comes on -- we are live in dc, "fox and friends" starts now. ♪ "fox and friends". >> gretchen: they had movie night? >> steve: yeah. on lincoln. >> brian: most overerated movie of the year. >> steve: not since mr. smith went to washington h
with my tongue. - uh, steve. i'm actually happy to see you. - hey, woody, can i talk to you for-- - [laughing] yeah, thanks to outsourcing, steve, brickleberry's budget is back in the black. check it out. look at all the money we saved. - how much did that bulletin board cost? - all the money we saved. - look, woody, i need some time off. i'm flying to india to get back the love of my life. - hold on. uh, woody was just telling me how he tried to suck himself, and somehow you still win most pathetic. - they will be no time off, and that's final! get to work! - i understand. - no. - o-o-ooh. - what did you say, steve? - i said no. not this time. you're not gonna push me around. i'm not backing down! - what? - yeah. i'm going to india to get rock shit pony back. i love her and that's what i'm going to do, whether you like it or not. - well then, steve, you're-- - fired? good. you treat me like garbage. you can run this place on your own. i should've left when the others did. now, if you'll excuse me, i'm going to india! [indian music] ♪ rock shit pony? - steve? - i'm sorry, guys
from this situation. the camera that shot this video was mounted to a man named steve bro broback. >> did you have an idea where she was or was this a needle in a haystack. >> we had an idea. the area was relatively small, like 50 feet and then some trees. so we had a rough idea. >> she was down there for 10 minutes. was there an air pocket that allowed her to breathe a little bit? >> she said she was able to punch a hole around and kind of make an air pocket. >> i know in searches like this, time is of the essence. do you know how long you had to find her. >> like 20 minutes is the general time but you just keep on looking. >> how lucky do you think this woman was? >> she wasn't wearing a beacon. the only way to fin her was so the onlyay to find heras a beacon. really lucky all those people were there and the equipment. >>> here we have an example of the hour of mother nature because the on tape. a burlington train in washington traveling along here. but heavy rains and winds led to this. that is a 75-feet wide mudslide that completely derailed this train. the train was carrying
known, the retirement of vice president kevin martin and the retirement of our paralegal, steve johnson. that most recently happened two weeks ago. we are definitely going to fill the void that steve has left, i hope to fill the void and fill the shoes of kevin martin. we know it's a lot to ask but i can assure you that president delanus and i will make every effort to work with the chief as we have done since being on the executive board of the poa for the last 9 years. but before i do i want to acknowledge kevin martin who has 28 years of service not just with the san francisco police department but the san francisco sheriff's department and especially acknowledge steve johnson, who joined the san francisco police department in 1971, served 30 years and since that time has worked tirelessly along with kevin for the rights of our members and he has worked with every commissioner here. he's going to be a big loss to the poa, he wanted to be here tonight, he could not make it. he is in good health and spirits but i do have letters to each one of the commissioners on behalf of steve.
expert steve thomas and do-it-yourselfer jennifer slimko to find out how versacut can pay for itself and give you professional results the very first time you use it. >> hi, i'm steve thomas. >> hi, i'm jennifer slimko. >> now, you've seen me on television home renovation shows for 20 years and i'm known as a bit of a tool hound. so, i did a quick count and i've got 18 power saws in my own shop. but today i wanna show you an all-new power saw that i think is pretty special. >> it's called versacut and it's a really innovative new power tool from rockwell. >> versacut is designed to do the work of tile saws, circular saws, chop saws and even table saws. >> it's powerful, compact and easy to use. >> and it's truly like having an entire workshop full of power tools in the palm of your hand. >> it feels good, i can tell it's made of quality materials. >> it's got the size of a grinder, the power of a hand saw and it can combine both duties into one. so, it's a space saver, a time saver and it's quite unique. >> versacut is lightweight and easy to use. it's designed so you can cut pretty
's department and especially acknowledge steve johnson, who joined the san francisco police department in 1971, served 30 years and since that time has worked tirelessly along with kevin for the rights of our members and he has worked with every commissioner here. he's going to be a big loss to the poa, he wanted to be here tonight, he could not make it. he is in good health and spirits but i do have letters to each one of the commissioners on behalf of steve. so i am available, i certainly am behind the learning curve but considering the statement from one of the last speakers i hope the chief grants everything that the poa requests as you did the previous speaker. i can answer any questions if you have them, but thank you for your time. >> thank you, inspector hallorran. i want to say, inspector halloran, we recognize vice president martin, one of our hearings we closed in honor of him, for all the work he's done for police officers but also all the work he did walking the weet. he started the job as a police special, a service officer, he was a lot like the next person we're going to ta
of our paralegal, steve johnson. that most recently happened two weeks ago. we are definitely going to fill the void that steve has left, i hope to fill the void and fill the shoes of kevin martin. we know it's a lot to ask but i can assure you th
:52 but they are on the next conference report. okay. steve hayes, "weekly standard." juan williams, columnist with the hill. and syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. it's always a challenge when you have a series of votes interpreting the machinations of the house vote efforts. that one is not going to go far in the senate. to replace dequester where the domestic spending cuts. >> it's not. it's like something that the house passed in may minus provision on flood insurance in the earlier version not in this version. republicans are trying in the early votes to do two things. one, get more time. there is whiffing going on, on a big vote on plan "b." >> bret: explain to people at home what whipping is. >> it's the process whereby the leaders of the majority go around and arm twist and cajole their colleagues to get on board so something like the plan "b" can pass. the difference in the whipping that takes place now versus ten years ago is that there is not a lot for leaders can give. in the old days, it was we'll give you a road. post office, we will give you this and this funding, this project you want
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goals at the raiders final home game. steve bath, 2 from 50-plus. the second time janikowski has been honored. >>> david shaw has a new contract. it's a long-term deal that extends well beyond the two years he had remaining on his existing contract. he's 22-4 since taking over for harbaugh two years ago. he's gotten the cardinals to their first rose bowl in 12 years. >>> the no. 1 ranked women's basketball team nearly got beat tonight in south carolina. less than 5 minutes to go, it's 40-39, stanford, when alicia welsh hits the 3. 42-40 south carolina. next possession, fouled, hits the free throw, stanford up 2. less than a minute tied at 45, no more. the layup, stanford wins, hangs on 53-49. they improve to 10-0. >>> pablo sandoval was a judge in the ms. universe pageant in las vegas tonight. 89 women took the stage. no video of pablo at the competition, but we're going to show you a little of the competition anyway. in the end it came down to ms. pill feigns and ms. u.s.a. and ms. usa out of rhode island became the first american since 1997 to win the crown. go usa! [ laughter ] >>
was an alien, and that we've been observed by aliens for-for centuries, and steve stumbles upon their complex, when he and osco are in the mountains. - i love how lindsay wagner, as the bionic woman, overtakes the entire animal kingdom. from sharks to big foot. you know, is big foot an animal? is this big foot? - so then, he hallucinates that she's somebody else. we have a hallucinating sasquatch. that was delicious back then, wasn't it? - sasquatch, trust me, please. - for jaime sommers, big foot had nothin' on fembots. - ah! - when you really think about it, it seems a little bit over the top for jaime to have that crazy reaction. i mean, she screams that blood-curdling scream. - ah! - it's like, "jaime, "is it that far-fetched that this woman might be a robot? "you are half robot." - coming in at number five-- rules to live by. you can learn a lot from tv. usually when you weren't meant to. - i love the rules to live by, in "magnum p.i," because it's like, he leaves the navy, he's 33, and he knows that he's never been 23. so, the secret to life is, like, you gotta have fun. you gotta kick
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was he? >> tim cook came by for an interview last week. part of it was animated by the fact that steve jobs famously bemoan it had fact that he was never person of the year and i thout -- rose: why wn't ? >> well, i guess the timing was never right he thought he was going to be person of the year in 1984. that the computer was going to be the thing of the year and i thought about steve last year but, of course, he died during the year. we've never put a dead person as person of the year before and i didn't think that was a great -- >> rose: so you missed the opportunity so therefore -- >> so therefore i thought -- i wanted people to look at tim cook. he's had an hay maizing year, he's doubled the market cap of apple since steve died. the number ofaches over the past year has been extraordinary and i think he's an interesting fellow. >> rose: and malala yousafzai. >> yes. malala was a great crowd favorite and she's an extraordinarily brave young woman she would be both the symbol and the reality of somebody who is courageously standing up for women's rights, girls rights, the right of y
. speaker. >> congressman steve israel reacts to the gop's bizarre behavior. plus, today's big gm news means the death of a righty talking point. >> government motors. >> government motors. >> government motors, david cay johnston on a huge success story for government intervention. and the invisible man sitting next to clint eastwood wins time's person of the year. >> what do you mean shut up? >> tonight presidential historian douglas brinkley on barack obama, abraham lincoln, and spider-man. good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching. the president gave all americans a lot to work with today and a lot to think about in the coming weeks. president obama recognizes the mood of the country. there is a real sense of urgency to pass common sense safety laws in the wake of the newtown shooting massacre. the president knows this is going to be a heavy lift. >> that's why i've asked the vice president to lead an effort that includes members of my cabinet and outside organizations to come up with a set of concrete proposals no later than january, proposals that i then intend to pu
jazz cigarette and mary jane but me and steve know the truth path to enlightenment is prescribed by doctors. side effect may include exhilaration, colored lenses. >>n: a alqx.!lemfamtc!x' ( cheers and applause ). >> jon: welcome back. my guest tonight, former senator from wyoming, also the cochair of the national commission on fiscal responsibility and reform, also known as the simpson/bowles plan, please welcome, senator allan simpson. sir. >> yuck man. young man. >> how are you? >> jon: nice to see you, senator, how are you? >> good, i saw that last segment. i thought maybe that would liven everything up for me. ( laughter ). i don't want to get into that. that wouldn't be a thing to do. >> jon: next time i'll make sure it's in the gift bag for everybody. ( laughter ). >> maybe just the cookies. >> jon: just the cookies. ( laughter ). so let me-- let me start with you. two years ago, two and a half years ago, you are aproasmed to chaiapproached tochair a commits to set up a deficit reduction plan for the country. you study it. you're very diligent. everybody hates i
-calledtiescal cliff negotiations today, and it took him less than a minute. congressman steve israel joins me next. >> eliot: president obama's new conference on guns today was emotionally powerful and compelling. the passion of supplied night combined with the call of action on an issue everyone has been talking about since the horrific shootings on friday. what was the topic nearly from every question from the press corp, that's right the fiscal cliff. his take on the recent developments in the non-negotiation between the white house and speaker boehner. >> obama: the country deserves folks who are willing to compromise on behalf of the greater good, and not tangle themselves up in a whole bunch of ideological positions that don't make sense. the speaker is now proposing what he called plan-b. he said this would raise taxes only on folks making $1 million or more. let's think about the logic for a second. they're thinking about voting for raising taxes on folks who makeover $1 million, which they say they don't want to do, but they'll reject spending cuts which they say they do want to do. that
at your weather, mark is in for steve paulson. >>> upper 20s and 30s at least in the short-term and as we head to the evening hours you will notice an increase in the clouds. here is a look at the current numbers. fairfield 20 degrees and san jose in the upper 30s, 39 and coming up, the timing of our first storm, we have multiple storms as we head to the weekend, here is sal with traffic. >>> traffic is moving along well, you can see it is moving along nicely and there are no major problems as you are driving through. san mateo bridge is also off to a nice start, 5:00 let's go back to the desk. >>> fire at a home in san francisco's valley. lorraine blanco is there with the details on how this fire may have started, good morning, lorraine. >> reporter: good morning, dave, well you can see a burned pile of construction and that's where they think the fire started. at this point investigators are not calling it suspicious. they got a call on the multi- hundred block of sanchez street. firefighters do not think anybody was inside the home during the fire and they are not sure when constructi
latest on the fiscal cliff negotiations or non-negotiations, new york congressman steve israel, chairman of the congressional campaign committee. we're waiting on hearing from john boehner, but it appears that nothing is -- that no progress is being made, that we're walking backwards just as time is running out. what is your take from up there? >> i think you're right, unfortunately. you know, chris just said that this is a bit of a gambit by speaker boehner, and he is accurate. the thing is that we need fewer gambits and more governing. the republican -- the house republicans have just refused to govern. it has been cliff after cliff, shutdown after shutdown. it has been politics over improvement. this is just proof of the pudding. the president of the united states has offered compromise after compromise, and every time it looks, andrea, like we are close, the republicans move further away. they are more interested in partisan politics. they're more interested in preserving their careers than they are in preserving the economy for the middle class. if that wasn't the case, they would h
, classic voices, steve king from iowa yesterday saying the last thing we want to do is do anything at all to infringe on our second amendment rights. >> here's the thing about the steve kings of the world. they'll never support this. this is one of the frustrating things i think for americans and particularly democrats watching the gun control debate or lack thereof that's been happening. the people who weren't going to support the president on this particular issue are never going to support the president. they're never going to do it. if you believe it should be done, you have to cut your loss. on a side note, when i was watching the question and answer session with the president which one was remarkable because he hasn't been doing a lot of q&a in the pressroom with the media. >> bill: we did not expect him to take questions. we were surprised. >> if i could have asked the president one question and i don't know that i'll ever get a chance to be in the room and ask him a question. it would have been this. i watched hi
, steve wood, russell investments chief market strategist. steve, we've got a dow that is up about 4% over the course of the last month. in the midst of all this, what is the market saying? >> i think the market is pricing in the fact that the fiscal cliff doesn't give us its full impact. if you look at funding liquidity, libor, high frequency financial data and markets they're saying something will get done, piecemeal, probably but something will get done. we'll not get the full blast of the fiscal cliff. tracy: we said before on here does it matter what kind of deal it is? is it any deal? a bad deal could be a bad deal? >> true. all in the sequencing. there is the spending and sequestration. and taxes for most people will come due april 2014. unless you're a quarterly filer. if they do the spending and deal with taxes if they buy themselves time in the interrim and make a commitment to the grand bargain, this long-term fiscal consolidation the markets could like that a lot. i'm going to give them a little bit of the benefit of the doubt. this is the first time in the america we've had a
change dramatically. >> susie: steve, to what extent are the ups and downs impacting your business day to day. >> i think people are holding back on making captain investments. i see that particularly in the building side. from m stdpoit, i continue to invest around the world. i'll invest to make sure i'm buying the strategies we laid up for the next three years. the question is what it will do, depending on what the outcome is, how is it going to alter my strategies if the out come is different than i thought. >> susie: higher taxes is going to be a part of any deal. >> right. >> susie: are you open to higher taxes? how does it impact your business? >> i'm open to it. but i'm concerned and i don't want to be uncompetitive. i've got to make sure whater tax structu works, i'm more concerned about how it impacts my ability to do business around the world. am i disadvantaged against other nations or benefit from other nations' tax structures. >> susie: you told analysts today that johnson controls is going to post higher earnings and sales in 2013. but if for some reason these negotiation
inspector steve has been on the site and he can quickly give you a running list of the things that are ongoing. >> well, not ongoing, but what's left to do as of now. >> sure, 24th street, number of violations about roof leaks, electric heaters installed in six units without permits. window sashes in disrepair. missing handrails or handrails installed improperly. and the roofing, there's several layers of roof. i haven't been up in a roof. i have some pictures. there's going to be at least three layers in certain areas. there's probably four or five or -- and the composition of the roofing is so worn out that it's actually frayed. so, and there are no permits forever having reroofed. so, i would expect that the original roof, the wood shingle roof is there. and, again, there's at least three layers of roof and i would guess more like four or five. >> through the chair, inspector, when you itemized those items, they're not huge dollar amount items in the picture of -- >> that's right. the roofing is certainly -- >> probably the highest. yeah. so, they're not really high. the ot
this with integrity like steve hayes of the "weekly standard" who knows more about this than any of us. >> eric: here is the point. >> dana: he does. >> eric: if this were a republican president and republican secretary of state and same thing happened would the left point fingers to the security breakdown? >> bob: of course they would. >> greg: i guarantee you, you won't see the same number of the late night coimmediateiance making a joke i hit my head. if george bush said i hit my head, the comedians would say how could you tell? they won't make jokes about this. >> bob: have you ever noticed you say imagine if this was -- >> greg: because it's true. >> bob: oh, i see. >> dana: i think in a republican administration we never would have tried to get away with this, because we would have said, it will never happen. i know one thing for sure. president bush would have said the secretary of state, you need to go up there and answer these questions. that is definitely 100% what would have happened. >> eric: leave it there. coming up, president obama launches a new gun violence task force and puts joe bi
ammunition clips. back with me now r, let's start with you steve, the president made it clear, he wants to see a ban on assault weapons. what is your reaction? >> my reaction first off on behalf of the michigan gun coalition, i want to express sympathy to the victims of this tragedy. we passed a common sense change to create more safety. >> you ordered more guns didn't you? >> more licenses to go into more places. that is a little bit different. >> why do you not want to see the ban? given that they are military grade weapons they cause massive devastation. they can fire four to six bullets a second. they can fire 100 bullets in a minute. this shooter took enough bullets to wipe out the entire school and could have done. why do you want these on the streets of america? >> they are not going to go away anytime soon. there is no law that you can pass that would have stopped the bullet that would have been lodged in my hip. >> what do you say to the families in sandy hook? sorry. this is the worst by far for any of the countries in the world. yet your answer is more guns. >> i have had con
is in the forecast friday night into saturday. more rain on sunday. >> sal and steve will be over that friday morning. >> bundle up. >> thanks, bill. mark is up next with sports, including tonight's warriors game. [ male announcer ] december is customer appreciation month at subway restaurants. saying thanks is a great deal because we're offering $2 six inch subs -- the cold cut combo or meatball marinara. $2 each, all december long. appreciation tastes amazing! hurry in for your $2 sub. subway. eat fresh. >>> not that they were blown off the court, but sacramento might have exposed a little warrior weakness. they cannot seem to get physical with the teams like the kings. down most of the way in sacramento. david lee keeps them in it early at least. he had another 29 point night performance. 8 rebounds as well. the kings up as many as 19 in the second half. however, warriors 27-7. spurs ignited by curry. threads the three. he had 32. fouled out. warriors up one. sacramento might go inside. they had 50 points in the patient. they were 11/19 from three. 131-127 is the final. warriors lose a rare one on
. >> sal and steve will be >>> not that they were blown off the court, but sacramento might have exposed a little warrior weakness. they cannot seem to get physical with the teams like the kings. down most of the way in sacramento. david lee keeps them in it early at least. he had another 29 point night performance. 8 rebounds as well. the kings up as many as 19 in the second half. however, warriors 27-7. spurs ignited by curry. threads the three. he had 32. fouled out. warriors up one. sacramento might go inside. they had 50 points in the patient. they were 11/19 from three. 131-127 is the final. warriors lose a rare one on the road. >>> when you're number one, everyone comes gunning for you. stanford nearly becoming a huge story for all the wrong reasons on the women's court. number 21 south carolina game cox just about pulling off the upset of the year. all tied. 2:30 left. stanford trailing by a bucket. with 53 seconds left, mckayla. watch this shot. she'll get it to drop. just barely. it'll hang on the rim. their perfect season is still alive. stanford is 10-0. >>> creeping ever clo
became president of the united states, and i am still cooking. >> steve forbes, and gen and barbara bush on growing up in the white house, sunday evening at 7:30 eastern and pacific. right through christmas day on c-span3. members of the senate foreign relations committee received a top-secret closed briefing wednesday on the september 11 attack on the u.s. consulate and then got the -- in benghazi libya. this is about 12 minutes. >> what do you think of that finding and [inaudible] >> my understanding is that the standard with which the accountability board looks at people is a very high standard. it is called a breach of duty. there is no question that there were people within the state department that were remiss and did not execute in an appropriate way. there are also some cultural issues. there were no doubt a number of fallen. to that end, i know that secretary clinton was unable to be able to testify tomorrow in an open setting. i do think it is imperative that she testify in an open session, prior to any changing. i'd think that is very important for her. i think that is very im
in american history. >> eliot: joining me now is congressman steve israel, chairman of the campaign committee, congressman welcome. >> thanks, governor. >> eliot: is it possible that you see the two sides getting into more rigid positions that each thinks it has given as much as it can without sacrificing it's base? is speaker boehner worried that he can't carry it any more and is the president getting heat for concessions he has made? >> i think the president has gone as far as he can go. he has compromised and compromised again to meet the americans halfway. the problem is instead of the republicans coming towards the president, they move further away. when the president had plan ha, the republicans had plan-b. now it's plan b-minus because they have new gyrations in the rules committee. the bottom line, the president has gone about as far as he can go. maybe further he went from the $250,000 trigger on taxes then $400,000. maybe he could go to $500,000. but fundamentally john boehner has to make a decision, what is more important the survival of the middle class and working families for th
is in for steve to tell us how cold it will get. >>> we are all shivering and today is the last day of fall and winter begins tomorrow morning. current numbers, we do have some frost and temperatures are in the 20s and we have a few spots fairfield and concord, livermore checking in at 30s and rain showers are up to the north and i will let you know when the rain moves in and how much rainfall you can expect over the weekend, sal has an update on traffic, good morning sal. >>> we have a two-alarm fire burning in the ocean view neighborhood and firefighters are on the scene reportedly. one person has been injured and medics have arrived on the scene and the ocean view is blocked. they have a bus block set up and this is in plymouth in san francisco and we have more coming up. this is a look at 208 -- 280 near king street. let's go back to the desks. >>> she was -- back to the desk. >>> in oakland we have the very latest on this investigation, tara? >>> she was walking into the store just blocks away from her house when she got caught in across fire in a gun fire that went on across the stree
capacity ammunition clips. back with me now, let's start with you steve, the president made it clear, he wants to see a ban on assault weapons. of the kind that was there before, perhaps with tinkering to the loopholes. he wanted to see an end to the high capacity clips and better background checks. what is your reaction? >> my reaction is, first off, on behalf of the entire michigan coalition for responsible gun ownership, first of all, i want to express sympathy to those who have lost loved ones. we have the goal of increasing safety and the reason i ended up in this decision is because we in your legislature what we thought was a common sense change to the create more safety. >> you wanted more guns? >> not more guns, but to allow those of us with licenses to go into more places. that's a little bit different. >> why do you not want to see assault rifles like the ar 15 banned, given they are devastating, they are military-grade weapons in many senses. they cause massive devastation. they can fire four to six bullets a second if primed properly. they can fire a hundred bullets in a min
'd i do, steve? a little stiff. you could have done a little better. what? come on. you know, i have an academy award. yeah, but not for playing me. announcer: play a role in ending hunger. visit feedingamerica.org/hunger and find your local food bank. ♪ gerri: our country is sitting on a gold mine of natural gas, and the federal government is now considering tapping these reserves and making big profits by sending them overseas. with more on what these exports could mean for our economy, senator lee some rakowski of alaska, ranking republican on the senate energy and natural resources committee. welcome to the show. great to have you here. this new study from the energy department says that this could mean, if we export that gas up to 47 billion in 2020 and exports. tell me more about what this could mean for our economy and for your state, frankly. >> well, think about it from a balance of trade perspective. when the be nice to be on the positive side of the equation. also, from that job perspective, what we're seeing, natural-gas exploration around the country. we are realizing
the experience and commitment to go along with you. keep dreaming. keep doing. go long. >> steve: join us for the friday "fox & friends," yesterday we showed that you dancing cop. he'll be in front of the building directing new york city traffic. >> brian: the winner of the x factor will be joining us live. if you have to run from the tv, run to the radio. steve, you'll be joining me, right? >> steve: i will. weather alert. serious trouble for millions of americans hoping to travel for the holiday. check out the storm system. it is powerful. moving through the central part of u.s., upper plains. blizzard and winter storm warnings for nebraska and great lakes. deep south tornado sirens blaring. mobile, alabama, roofs have been ripped off, trees topple. a powerful storm moves through there. a warning in effect in mobile, alabama. i'm bill hemmer. welcome to "america's newsroom". martha: why don't we get normal weather. always something extreme. it is causing delays and cancellations. they're trying to get home. going through chicago o'hare's airport the nation's second busiest airport. they
on course to collide. that can't be a good thing. or is it? >>> i'm steve kornacki. grilled on the hill. top state department reps answer tough questions of the benghazi report. we have a former secretary of state saying none of it will lead to change. >>> i'm s.e. cupp. i like red, white and blue. buy america. >>> no one likes last-minute holiday shopping. i have a gift for the sports fan who has everything. >>> will it be pink or blue presents under my family tree? it is not both. i have an announcement. hit follow and come along for "the cycle." >>> the mayans believe the world ends tonight. that's one way to end the fol follies of washington. the rivalry between president obama and speaker boehner is taking over d.c. rivalry, mayans, makes me think of basketball since the mayans invented the earliest form of basketball. >> no. >> it's a fact. >> it is thursday. of course i'm doing sports metaphors. what else did you expect? we start with the new york knicks and the nets. we'll get to d.c. too. so you know, really compromise in there. >> talks to the heartland, people, there. >> all right
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what today is? >> it's the last day of fall. >> tomorrow is the octimal -- what is it? we need steve here. >> let's ask mark. >> let's take a look at the commute. the traffic is moving along pretty much smoothly. we're trying to figure out why there was a little bit of a minor stalled vehicle really up near 880 but, it usually doesn't cause this much traffic. we don't see anything major up ahead. let's take a look at the commute, westbound bay bridge. that's backed up to the foot of the macarthur maze, 20, 25 minute delay. as you look at the peninsula, the traffic is okay. highway 1, one-way traffic control just before the devil's slide construction area. that's causing slow traffic. 7:25. let's go to mark. >>> hi, there, sal. the winter solstice tomorrow morning at 3:11 first thing tomorrow morning. we'll be talking about some rain tomorrow. right now, it's kind of a nice start to the morning. definitely want to bundle up. a few high clouds have paid us a visit. santa rosa reporting mostly cloudy skies. oakland, 43. downtown san francisco checking in at 43 degrees. here is a wider p
on today and i'm with congressman steve sutherland of florida and john fleming of louisiana. both of they see men are going to vote against your leader, against the speaker on this. why? >> well, we have great concerns that this doesn't go far enough to really solve the problems that we face. i would lean no yesterday. nothing that i've seen today really changes me wanting to go the in the other direction. america needs to understand we have significant problems that we face, a mountain of unfunded mandates. closing in on $100 trillion, and this does nothing to prevent us from continuing to move towards a crash course. >> now, there are probably people saying how could these two members of congress vote against keeping taxes in place for everybody except millionaires? what's wrong with raising taxes on millionaires? >> you have to understand that the higher income earners are smul business owners and they hire people. we have a very steep, aggressive tax system, and for us to pull out of this recovery, you know, we have the highest unemployed rate in terms of people sitting on the
themselves-- according to the mayans themselves the world will continue. and steve austin, a best selling author and wrote a book on the end of the world. we'll challenge him. if the end of the world is ending tomorrow, if the world is ending tomorrow why is he coming on this show and selling a book. i want to ask him. how many books have you sold and ever heard of pt barnum. that's at the top of this coming hour. can't wait for that. now, this is serious, too, there's a big snowstorm and it's hammering the midwest. it's slowing travelers, it's causing flight delays. the storm dumped about a foot on the rocky mountains, a foot of snow. it continues to spread across the midwest and winter storm warnings from colorado to wisconsin and this will affect package delivery and christmas travel and could be millions of people affected by that storm of which we bring you news this morning. another one, you are not spending as much money this christmas season as the retailers expected and once again, the retailers are blaming everything from sandy to newtown. come on. what's really stopping you fro
. [laughter] >> steve ford and jenna and barbara bush on growing up in the white house. sunday evening at 7:30 p.m. eastern and pacific. it's part of american history tv right through christmas day on c-span3. >> senator daniel inouye died monday at the age of 88. senator inouye, and world war ii medal of honor recipient spend 50 years in the senate. members of the public will be allowed to view his casket in the rotunda. friday at 10:30 p.m. eastern, the public memorial will be held at the washington national cathedral. >> senator kay bailey hutchison, republican of texas, is retiring from the senate after serving four terms. she will be replaced by republican ted cruz, a former texas solicitor general. she delivers her farewell remarks on the senate floor. this is 25 minutes. week there would have been so much joy in the halls of the capitol bringing with the laughter and the anticipation of our seasons happiest time. but in just one weekend, a sadness have said in with the news of the massacre of innocent children in newtown, connecticut, followed by the loss of our wonderful colleague,
am still cooking. >> steve ford and other first children on growing up in the white house, part of a point guard days on american history tv, right through christmas day, on c-span3. [video clip] >> i don't want to spoil the book for you, so let me just say that the year began with the american republic in grave danger. the union armies were struggling to grow virtually overnight from a few thousand men scattered across t scattered continentso more than half a million. the inexperienced officers taking command of these raw volunteers and they were stymied by the sheer size of the breakaway confederate states of america, which covered a stake larger than the entire european territory conquered by napoleon. closest advisers was secretary of state william henry stewart. he said that even smart people fail to see the difficulty it of the union's task. they did not apprehend the vast extent of the rebellion. military operation to be successful, it must be on a scale practically unknown in the art of war. >> ace train the federal government and the union forces. this is on 1862 and ab
. where do we go first? we look at apple, for instance, premarket trade. >> this is the steve jobs/walter isaacson book. unless they have an omg product, won't like them. accenture last night, disappointing. i expected more frock accenture. accenture, ibm, oracle, and sap. accenture losing share of these companies? everyone feasting off of hewlett-packard's consulting business. >> a busy night for earnings, r.i.m., nike, "journal" this morning talking about nike -- easy to forget wasn't that long ago, nike seemed immortal, seem they had could do no long. that changed in a hurry. worries about r.i.m., consensus is a loss of 35 cents. everything pipped, jim to this blackberry ten. >> one product, i think they have done a lot of rationalizing on the cost side. nike went from being this terrific chime story with north america not doing that well to suddenly, an inventory glut of shoes with china, maybe north america can make up with it. nike remains a great growth company, a lot of cash, good dividend. i think if it gets hit, unless they can -- remember, china is coming back. so, theor
involved in agriculture. in napa valley you won't find many growers like steve sando. unfortunately napa real estate is for people that want grapes. and there really isn't room for a whole lot else. steve's the owner of "rancho gordo," a bean company that, in an unusual twist, makes its home in wine country. i actually moved to napa because its such a beautiful place, i love the people. not because of the wine. land's expensive in napa, so steve grows most of his beans an hour away on cheaper ground... but this small plot's his napa valley test garden. these are blue speckled tepary beans. a lot of people think that beans need to be dried on a rack or in some sort of modern facility, but in fact you just cut the water and let the plants die. and then what happens is the beans inside get a crackly pod, and inside you get these beautiful beans that are sort of nature's way of saying 'save me'! steve has, in fact, helped preserve rare beans. they're heirloom beans -- old varietals he finds on frequent trips to mexico. most people when they go on vacation they go to mexico and they go to the
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